Thanks for the reply!
I have the Pi Pico, PiicoDev expansion board, PiicoDev SSD1306, and PiicoDev BME280 (the weather station starter kit).
I’ve thoroughly read through, and followed, the instructions from the business card - ie, How to Setup and Code on a Raspberry Pi Pico Using Thonny - Video Tutorial Australia etc. as well as all the documentation I can possibly find on the website, including your GitHub and Repositories.
I have only tried one module at a time, and the switch on both is set to ‘off’.
I have tried two different connecting cables (both came with the kit). I tried connecting them to either connector on each module.
I then removed the cable and used jumpers from +3.3v and ground, and from ‘D’ to pin 8, and from ‘C’ to pin 9.
In both cases I do get a green power-on light, but that is all.
I have tested the Pico - I successfully use Thonny to connect, and I have tried two different firmware updates. I can get it to work with print(‘hello’).
I have checked that my Pico is inserted the correct way.
I have tried different USB cables in different USB ports.
I have tried connecting a LiPo battery.
In doing all of the above, I have tried every sample script I can find in your GitHub, and I’ve checked the code content of both sensors’ .py files. I have also visited the weblinks inside the opening comments of the library files and tried sample code from other website.
This screenshot shows the answer to the question, “what code gets returned…”
Here’s a photo of what I have set up:
Looking forward to figuring this out!